250 pages. Dark blue cloth covered boards with stamped gilt titles and decorations. Bindings square and tight. Light shelf wear with rubs to lower corners. Dust jacket worn with several chips. Large section missing from rear panel. Front illustration full and clean. Protected in Mylar sleeve. A story of the American Revolution with, 17-year old Henry Prince as hero. Tory and Rebel positions are equally handled in this historical novel. Henry is torn between his "land" and his English ancestry. As civillian, as soldier, for five years of struggle, the boy tries to comprise. Serving as a spy, first for the British, later deserting to the Americans; in contact with the Hale, Arnold, Andre, Pulaski, Hamilton, and Washington.